Tucson, Arizona 2021-06-04 17:15:00 –
The first 100 people who attend the Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, June 5th will receive a free daytime admission ticket to Reid Park Zoo.
The clinic will be held Saturday from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Zoo (3400 E. Zoo Court).
The event is a partnership between the Pima County Health Department and the City of Tucson. The city offers 50 free zoo passes, the rest provided by the zoo.
For those who come to get vaccinated, we have a check-in table in front of the entrance. Zoo staff will escort people to the clinic located in the zoo’s event garden behind the rotating horse. Then escort again if you don’t have a ticket for the Night Summer Safari Night event.
This clinic does not require reservations or ID. Registration is done on the spot. Injections are free and all three vaccines are available: Pfizer, Modana and Johnson & Johnson. Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for ages 12-17.
This clinic is the county’s latest incentive program for COVID-19 vaccination. The Department of Health distributed scratch tickets for the Arizona Lottery at two Memorial Day weekend events, providing free admission to the Pima Aerospace Museum to those who went to the FEMA Mobile Vaccine Center.
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